Ian Somerhalder Returning to TV in Netflix Vampire Series 'V-Wars'

Ian Somerhalder Returning to TV in Netflix Vampire Series 'V-Wars'

Ian Somerhalder Returning to TV in Netflix Vampire Series 'V-Wars'

As the disease spreads, Dr. Swann tries to figure out what is going on while Fayne becomes the leader of the newborn vampires. V-Wars: Chronicles of the Vampire Wars has four installments, and is distributed by IDW Publishing, who is also producing the series alongside High Park Entertainment.

It looks like Ian Somerhalder's about to be surrounded by the undead once more. As The Hollywood Reporter states, William Laurin and Glenn Davis (creators of 1-800-Missing) will be the showrunners for the Netflix series. High Park's Eric Birnberg and Thomas Walden will executive produce along with IDW Entertainment president David Ozer, IDW CEO Ted Adams, James Gibb of Marada Pictures.

While one streaming show about supernatural monsters moves forward, another falls behind, as Hulu recently passed on the pilot for Locke & Key. "We are thrilled to partner with Netflix to bring the multifaceted world that Jonathan Maberry created to audiences worldwide".

No word yet on when V-Wars will begin filming, but Screen Rant will keep you updated with all the casting and filming news. That company, as well as the drama's original writer and producers Circle of Confusion are no longer attached.

Edited by Jonathan Maberry, "A Chronicle of the Vampire Wars" is the name of a comic series.

Somerhalder ended his 8 season run as resident brooding bad boy-turned good vampire Damon Salvatore on The CW's hit series The Vampire Diaries previous year when the series wrapped. He and his Rare Birds Productions are now under a pod deal at Warner Bros. The premise of the books revolves around a mysterious virus that starts transforming humans into bloodthirsty predators, setting the stage for an us-vs. -them war. Television with actress Nikki Reed, his wife, via their Rare Bird Productions banner. That series ran for eight seasons on CW, concluding in 2017.

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